When I was at a football game in fifth grade, two boys who were 3 years older than us thought it was funny to pin my friend and I down to the ground and threaten us with lewd and suggestive remarks. We felt helpless and alone. When they finally let us go we ran for the bathroom because that was the one place we knew they couldn't follow. I can't imagine what we would have done if we felt even there was unsafe. We didn't even hesitate we both ran like our lives were at stake and that was the only protection.
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A Queensland tradesman who asked a pre-teen girl for nude photos as a birthday present had only celebrated the birth of his first child three months earlier. Jamie Robert Lanskey, 31, avoided jail for grooming a year-old girl online, despite his interactions being described at Cairns District Court as 'sexual and disgusting'. The apprentice electrician tracked down his victim on Facebook messenger where he lied about his age to try and get naked photographs, The Cairns Post reported. The apprentice electrician originally tracked down his victim on Facebook messenger where he lied about his age to try and get naked photographs and engage in sexually explicit conversations stock image. Lanskey told his victim he was 21 years old when they began talking in March Within three days of the conversation the victim's parents discovered the messages and reported the incident to police. But it took almost a year before any charges could be laid as officers sought to uncover whether any other children had been targeted. Lanskey faced Cairns District Court this week where he was given a suspended 18 month jail sentence. Crown prosecutor Jodie Crane told the court Lanskey asked the girl why he 'didn't get my present' when she refused to send him naked photos. A Queensland tradesman has avoided jail time after trying to groom a year-old girl using Facebook Messenger stock image.
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Crystal's parents were away on vacation when she made a disturbing discovery on her father's computer: nude pictures — and she was the subject. Crystal says her father, Ron, who had adopted her when she was a young girl, retrieved the pictures via a computer Web camera in her bedroom, which had previously been in his office. The photos stretched back five years, to when she was She made the discovery while her parents were on vacation. Crystal told her mother when they returned from their trip. Crystal would not give her last name to protect her family's privacy, and she didn't want pictures of her family, including her father, shown. When Crystal tried to turn copies of the photos over to police to press criminal charges against her dad, she got another surprise. Under state law in Massachusetts, it was not a crime to take pictures of someone without his or her knowledge, even nude pictures. While it was a crime to make audio recordings of adults without their knowledge, people could take all the pictures they wanted without being arrested or prosecuted.